Nagy Harris heads to the Steelers with a # 24 pick in the first round
Alabama’s comeback joins the Steelers in need of quick help
Nagy Harris He became the new reverse of the Pittsburgh Steelers, as he was selected in the 24th round of the first round.
With your choice, Harris He became the sixth player in the Alabama He was chosen from the first round bouts.
Harris, Winner b Doak Walker Award As the nation’s best runner in 2020, he was also voted the All Americans Unanimously in the title season Alabama last year. What’s more, Harris Won two national titles with Scarlet tide (2017-2020), being a staple for last year’s tournament.
Some hope so Harris Jump to the professional ranks for Draft 2019But they chose to go back to school for another year, like the wide receiver Devonta SmithThe last winner Trofeo Heisman. Harris He was fifth in voting for the prestigious award last year.
In the preparatory stage, Harris He played for Antioch High School in California, where he is considered the 11th Best Recruits of 2017 according to ESPN 300. On AlabamaAnd the Harris He had to wait his turn thanks to a back field full of talent that now includes my players NFLAnd the Boo ScarboroughAnd the Damian Harris s Josh Jacobs.
In the offensive background, Harris You will have to wait less and join the lost rotation James Conner In a free agency.
In addition to being a powerful relapse with the ability to break down intrusions, Harris – 6 feet 1 inch tall, 232 pounds in weight – famous for its ability to fend off scrolling situations. That’s good news for Steelers’ midfielder Ben Rothlesberger.
Project analyst’s ESPNMatt Miller, regarding Harris “Running hard is exceptional at 230 pounds, but flexibility and the ability to side build and make attackers miss in the penalty area is what stands out most.”
Alabama alumni projects on top of the draft for his ability to lift fans from their seats.
Another strong point in the game Harris It’s his safety on the ball, which is something that should be noted due to his physical style of running and punishing opponents.
According to Mel Kipper Jr., an experienced analyst at NFL Project With the purpose ESPNAnd the Harris “He is a complete runner. He is good at everything: He runs, catches, blocks and doesn’t let go of the ball.”
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